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I found in another question on AskUbuntu someone had demonstrated on how to enable/disable sites that would integrate with Unity, in the webapps preview. There was a screenshot showing a "Unity" section in the Firefox preferences. I don't have that option. This is the screenshot:

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How can I get this option? Is there any package I need?

This is the original question containing the screenshot: How to manage "Unity WebApps Chromium extension" different options?

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It isn't available now.. Looking around – Web-E Aug 7 '12 at 12:26

The desktop integration options are now located in the "General" section of the preference pane in Firefox, at the bottom "Desktop Integration".

Desktop integration settings in Firefox

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+1.. Add a screenshot just to be sure. :-) – jokerdino Aug 7 '12 at 15:24
Desktop integration settings image added – Alex Abreu Aug 7 '12 at 19:30
In the latest version of the extension, the Desktop Integration section is at the top. However, it still does not offer an option for disabling a particular site. – David Planella Aug 12 '12 at 13:50
The window will only list websites you do not want to be asked to integrate into webapps. It's useless for webapps management/removing. You can hardly even call it 'options'. It's nothing but 'exceptions'. To remove specific webapps integration see… – Bucic Nov 23 '12 at 21:01
It also does not seem to work properly - the overall preferences is not persisted, so you cannot turn it off completely. I've seen the preferences move from top to bottom too. – Sam Brightman Jan 7 '15 at 6:34

I had a similar question. I installed xul-ext-unity Install xul-ext-unity. That fixed my problem.

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